10 Sec. Tax'n Newsl. [i] (1990-1991)

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Published by the Section of Taxation, American Bar Association

Walt Disney World Hosts
1991 Midyear Meeting

Walt Disney World is the site of the 1991 Midyear
Meeting. Section Headquarters will be located in the Walt
Disney World Dolphin Hotel, which opened this past sum-
Of course attending the Section meeting is tops on your
list, but keep in mind that many exciting recreational ex-
periences are awaiting you at Disney World; the Magic
Kingdom Park, EPCOT Center and Disney-MGM Studios
are just the beginning. You can swim and splash at two
water parks, explore a certified island zoo, sample the
nightlife at Pleasure Island, play golf, shop and have some
unforgettable dining experiences, its all waiting for you
at the world's most famous resort.
Don't waste any time, get your hotel and travel reser-
vations in right away. The deadline for housing is Decem-
ber 28, 1990. The Walt Disney World Dolphin's special
ABA Section of Taxation Meeting rates apply 5 days prior
and 5 days after our meeting dates. The deadline for Sec-
tion preregistration is January 14, 1991, after the deadline,
you must register on site at the Walt Disney World Dolphin
Hotel. The Hotel Registration Form and Meeting Regis-
tration and Ticket Purchase Form are provided for your
convenience in this issue of the Newsletter.
Special Considerations
Disney World's status as a resort necessitates special
arrangements to accommodate member s'and companions'
Midyear Meeting schedules. Meals and other costs are
comparable to those in New York and many of the hotel
amenities are normally attuned to the usual patterns of
resort guests, rather than Section members attending Com-
mittee meetings, plenary sessions, and mini-programs. The
Inside This Issue:
Midyear Meeting Schedule
Hotel Reservation Form (inside
front cover)
Registration and Ticket Purchase
Form (inside back cover)

Section has made arrangements to have a relatively low-
cost buffet breakfast available for members whose desire
to attend morning meetings does not permit them the lux-
ury of a restaurant wait. The Walt Disney World Dolphin
has also agreed to open restaurants for lunch which would
otherwise be closed since most resort guests are normally
at one of the Disney attractions during the day.
The Walt Disney World Dolphin is not on the Disney
monorail system. However, access to Disney Theme Parks
is available via trolley, boat or bus. Access to Theme Park
restaurants requires a payment of the $29 (plus tax) ad-
mission fee to the Theme Park housing the restaurant, in
addition to the cost of food, beverages, tax, and tip. The
last seating for restaurants located in EPCOT Center will
be 9:15 p.m. Thus, the usual Section open bar reception
on Saturday evening will be held in the Walt Disney World
Dolphin Hotel and has been expanded both as to hours
and offerings of food to an all you can eat and drink
buffet dinner in order to afford members a convenient,
cost effective alternative for dinner on that evening.
The Companions Tour offered by the Section is a Disney
tour which is only available on a group basis. The Section
is essentially acting as a group reseller, without fee, in
offering this tour so that Section members' companions
may take it as a discreet group. Other Disney tours are
available from the Disney organization through the reser-
vation number listed in the Children/Family Programs dis-
cussion below.
The meeting space available at the Walt Disney World
Dolphin is outstanding. Section members familiar with
cramped meeting rooms at the Annual Meeting, will find
that experience will not be replicated at this Midyear Meet-
ing unless our attendance is twice what it has been at any
other Midyear Meeting.
In keeping with the resort setting dress for all Section
functions other than the buffet dinner/reception will be
resort casual. [Mickey Mouse hats may be worn in
honor of the FYE 1991 Federal Budget process.]
Committee Meetings
Committee meetings will be held all day on Friday,
February 1, and on Saturday, February 2 from 7:00 a.m.-
(See Midyear Meeting on page 26)

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